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The term Orient tends to be used in a cultural rather than geographical context.
Studies ... These peoples are represented by the Yang-shao culture in the 3rd
millennium bc and by the subsequent Lung-shan culture, both of which left
pottery of ...
Bronze Age cultures. The Unetice culture, of which the rich Leubingen grave is
an example, developed in central Europe, and the Wessex culture developed in
southern England. Both were influenced by the Aegean cultures. Golden cups ...
CULTURAL. LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS Wales has been united politically,
administratively, and economically with England ever ... The traditional culture
was oral and aural in its manifestation and nonmaterial, even unworldly, in its
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